Neighbourhoods in Jerusalem

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Neighbourhoods in Jerusalem

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  • Watchful26
    Carlsbad, CA100 contributions
    It would be easy to spend several days touring the Old City of Jerusalem while in Israel. We visited the Western Wall, the Western Wall Tunnels and the holiest sites in Judiasm, Islam and Christianity. And then we started exploring the 4 quarters of the City. It's definitely a multi-day itinerary filled with history, archaeology, culture, food, shopping and so much more.
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • Vicky Silve
    Abbadia Lariana, Italy519 contributions
    Armenian culture is not so known, you don’t hear about it so much, and that makes the Armenian Quarter of Jerusalem very interesting to visit. It’s the smallest and it’s easy to stroll in.
    Written 17 July 2021
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  • bulletista
    Wiesbaden, Germany21 contributions
    There is not much to add to previous reviews except one thing: if you stay in the quarter and have a rental car and park it in the quarter, you will not be able to get it out on Shabbat, that is from 7pm Friday to 7 pm. Apart from that inconvenience and the general feeling of being an alien yourself, there is no problem staying in the quarter, which is what we did. Just don’t stare at people and be prepared that people in the street speak no English.
    Written 17 May 2019
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  • Kim G
    Pacific Grove, CA3 134 contributions
    The Christian Quarter is where the Via Dolorosa terminates, at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Should you wish to walk the entire Via Dolorosa, begin your journey in the Muslim Quarter. There is much to see and experience from within the busy Christian Quarter and is an essential destination in any Christian pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
    Written 29 November 2020
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  • iWiebe
    Utrecht, The Netherlands1 098 contributions
    The Muslim Quarter is mainly a commercial area in the old city. It's less well maintained compared to the Armenian and Jewish Quarters. Lot's of shops selling tourist junk.
    Written 23 January 2020
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  • guya657
    Jerusalem, Israel2 contributions
    I was in an accessories stand, bought a clock and a handbag. Very satisfied. The name of the stand is Estilo. Recommended!
    Written 11 June 2019
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  • Vikistravels
    Haifa, Israel234 contributions
    Nice neighborhood in Jerusalem once build by German Templars. Very nice place for stroll between narrow streets with beautiful houses.
    Written 22 October 2021
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  • Cameron McC
    2 contributions
    A beautiful and peaceful suburb surrounded by the noise and bustle of the city, Yemin Moche is a great area to stay in order to easily visit the Old CIty, while being able to escape the madness if necessary.

    Some might find it a little quiet and genteel, but bars and markets are within easy walking distance.
    Written 6 May 2021
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